GTT officials said that in addition to the integrated local, long distance, and data services they already provide, this agreement is expected to help RWT to deliver high capacity, SONET-level service to its U.S.-based customers.
“RWT is expanding its business and our customers demand cost-effective and reliable communications services,” said Jason Kougl, executive vice president, RWT.
Kougl said that GTT provides the company with the high level of service it expects, and that the customers in turn expect from the company.
Based in Dallas, Randy White Telecommunications was founded in 1998 and provides voice, data, Ethernet, VoIP, MPLS and a variety of bundled communication services.
Randy White Telecommunications is an integrated communications company focused on simplifying telecommunications for businesses. The company says that its voice and data solutions are flexible, scalable, aggressively priced and are customizable for any company in any industry.
“We are very excited to partner with RWT,” said Richard D. Calder, Jr., GTT’s president and chief executive officer.
He said that this deal reinforces GTT’s value proposition as a global network integrator – the ability to design wide-area network services to the exact specifications of the company’s customers.
GTT is a global network integrator that provides its clients with a broad portfolio of wide-area network and wireless mobility services. With over 800 worldwide supplier relationships, GTT combines multiple networks and technologies to deliver cost-effective solutions specifically designed for each client’s unique requirements. The company claims that it enhances client performance through proprietary systems, comprehensive project management and around-the-clock operations support.
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Edited by Michael Dinan